ssh:// in nautilus
nadiizu at earthlink.net
Wed Jun 2 20:54:11 UTC 2004
On 水, 2004-06-02 at 13:45 -0700, Brian Anderson wrote:
> Or use ssh-add on the command line in some other window and enter your
> pass phrase to the key. Once this is done, all other applications will
> automatically use the key. I confirmed this with FC2 and nautilus.
You can also use openssh-askpass-gnome which would prompt you for your
paraphrase when you login.
> It would be nice if the ssh-add was done automatically and/or managed
> from the task bar.
> David L Norris wrote:
> >On Wed, 2004-06-02 at 15:07, Jules Colding wrote:
> >>but ssh:// in nautilus (FC2) does not work. Has anyone got this working?
> >It works quite well but it has a quirk. It doesn't support prompting
> >for a password. If the SSH connection prompts for a password, or
> >anything at all, you will receive an "Invalid Action Associated"
> >Also, you may want to try the sftp:// handler. It may be better.
> >What I have done is to create a SSH key without a passphrase. Just take
> >extra care that no one gets their hands on the private key...
> >You can create a key something like this:
> > ssh-keygen -t dsa -C "My Favorite SSH Key"
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